Como subir archivos a mi web?? [Resuelto/Cerrado]

Haz una pregunta kmadridr - Última respuesta: 6 nov 2014 a las 05:53 por webmaster
Hola,como puedo hacerle para que puedan subir archivos a mi web gracias..
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La manera más factible de hacer eso es con los datos que te da tu servidor web, este usuario y contraseña de el FTP lo tienes que utilizar con un cliente de ftp.

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wosoff- 22 oct 2011 a las 02:16
Chapter IV

1. Who was William the conqueror?
William the Conqueror's coronation did not go as planned. Whe n the peop le shouted "God Save th e King" the nervous Norman guards at Westminster Abbey rhought they were going to attack William. In their fear they set fire to nearby houses and the coronation ce remony ended in disorder.

Although William was now crowned king. His conquest had only just begun. And the fight ing lasted for ano ther five years. T here was an AngloSaxon rebellion against the Norrnans every year unt il 1070. The small Norman army marched from village to village, destroying places it could not control. and building forts to guard others. It was a true army of occupation for at least twenty years. The north was parti cularly hard to control. and the Norman army had no mercy. When the Saxons fought back.the rormans burnt. Destroyed and killed. Between Durham and York not a single house was left standing. And it took a century for the north to recover.

2. Characterize the feudal system.

The basis of feudal society was the holding of land, and its main purpose was economic. The cen tral idea was that all land was owned by the king but it was held by others. ca lled "vassals", in return for services and goods. The king gave large estates to his main nobles in return for a promise to serve him in war for up to forty days. T he nobles also had to give him part of the produce of the land. The greater nobles gave part of their
lands to lesser nobles, knights. and other "freemen". Some freemen paid for the land by
doing milirary service . while others paid rent. The noble kept "serfs" to work on his own land. These were not free to leave the estate, and were often little better than slaves.

3. Why was the importance to the king the fact that they had to give land to nobles?

The king gave large estates to his main nobles in return for a promise to serve him in war for up to forty days. The nobles also had to give him part of the produce of the land. The greater nobles gave part of their lands to lesser nobles, knights. and other "freemen".

4. Which areas were controlled by William?

William controlled two large areas: Normandy, whi ch he had been given by his father, and Englan d, which he had won in war. Both were personal possessions, and it did not matter to the rulers that the ordinary people of one place were English while those of another were French. To William the important difference between Normandy and England was that as duke of Normandy he had to recognise the king of France as his lord, whereas in England he was king with no lord above him.

5. Who was in line on succession?

When William died, in 1087, he left the Duchy of Normandy to h is cid er son, Robert. He gave England to hi s second son, William, known as "Rufus" (Latin for red) because of his red hair and red face. When Roberr went to fight the Muslims in the Holy Lan d, he left William 11 (Rufus) in charge of Normandy. After all, the management of Normandy and England was a family business.

6. What was the consequence between mathilda and Stephen's attempt to be coronated?

Mar ilda invaded England four years later. Her fight with Stephen led to a terrible civil war in which villages were destroyed and many people we re killed. Neither side could win, and finally in 1153 Matilda and Stephen agreed that Stephen could keep the throne but only if Marilda's son, Henry, could succeed him. Fortunatelv for England, Stephen died the following year, and the family possessions of England and the lands in France were united under a king accepted by eve ryone. It took years for England to recover from the civil war.

7. How was England under King Henry II's government?

Henry 1I was the first unquestioned ruler of the English throne for a hundred years. He destroyed the castles which many nobles had built without royal permission during Srephen's reign, and made sure that they lived in manor houses that were undefended. The manor again became the centre of local life and administration.

Henry 1I was ruler of far more land than any previous king. As lord of Anjou he added his father's lands to the family empire. After his marriage to Eleanor of Aquitaine he also ruled the lands south of Anjou. Henry ll's empire stretched from the Scottish border to the Pyrenees.

England provided most of Henry's wealth, but the heart of his empire lay in Anjou. And although Henry recognised the king of France as the overlord of all his French lands, he actually controlled a greater area than the king of France. Many of Henry's nobles held land on both sides of the English Channel.

8. What kind of kings were Richard and John?

Henry was followed by his rebellious son, Richard. Richard I has always been one of England's most popular kings, although he spent hardly any time in England. He was brave, and a good soldier, but his nickname Coeur de Lion, "lionheart ", shows that
his culture, like th at of the kings before him , was French . Rich ard was everyone's idea of the perfect feudal king. He went to the Holy Land to make war on the Muslims and he fought with skill, courage and honour.

Richard had no son, and he was followed by his brother, John. John had already made himself unpopular with the three most important groups of people, the nobles, the mercha nt s and the Church. John was unpopular mainl y because he was greedy. The feudal lords in England had always run rheir own law courts and profited from the fines paid by those brought to court. But John took many cases out of thei r courts and tried them in the king's courts, taking the mone y for himself.

9. What was the Magna Carta?

In 1215 John hoped to recapture Normandy. He called on his lords to fight for him, but they no longer trusted him. They marched to London, where they were joined by angry merch ants. Outside London at Runnymede, a few miles up the river. John was forced to sign a new agreement.

This new agreement was known as "Magna Carta", the Great Charter, and was an important symbol of political freedom. The king promised all "freemen" protection from his officers, and the right to a fair and legal trial. At the time perhaps less than one quarter of the English were "freemen". Most were not free, and were serfs or little better. Hundreds of years lat er, Magna Carta was used by Parl iament to protect itself from a powerful king. In fact Magna Carta gave no real freedom to the majori ty of people in England. The nobles who wrote it and forced King John to sign it had no such thing in mind. They had one main aim: to make sure John did not go beyond his rights as feuda l lord.
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hola como ago para crear mi propia web gratis
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